In this article I’m simply reacting to a shift we’ve seen for Q2, 2019.
Who would ever think such a thing? Of all the KPIs, ROI often is the measuring stick of success with Facebook™ ads and for business in general. But sometimes too high an ROI may not be best for you. Here's why:
Using KPIs to predict your success with digital marketing eliminates guesswork when planning your marketing budget.
By far, Facebook™ marketing is the most sought after way to generate leads within digital marketing. But no matter what channel you choose, you can use your KPIs to forecast both budget and ROI-based success.
KPIs or Key Performance Indicators are just that: everyday metrics and real math your business generates you can use to show both current performance and your Facebook™ marketing budget to increase your bottom line.
Where should you put your precious advertising dollars? Into PPC: Facebook, IG, Adwords, etc? Or toward organic: ramping up your website, fixing your SEO, publishing SEO blogs?
Originally published in a private, for agency owners, Facebook group. Re-posted here by permission.
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